Mortirolo's bikes

Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by Mortiroloboy, 23 Mar 2008.

  1. Mortiroloboy

    Mortiroloboy New Member


    My Wilier Mortirolo(best bike) Full Campagnolo groupset. And my Giant SCR4 (Winter Hack) Shimano, Truvativ, SRAM mix.
  2. longers

    longers Veteran

    Very nice indeed :biggrin:. No wonder you're proud of the Wilier.

    There seems to be a couple of problems though:-

    i) Chain not on large chain ring on Wilier
    ii) Valves not at bottom of wheels.

    Not my rules :becool:.

    (I wouldn't have noticed or cared but someone mentioned it elsewhere :biggrin:).
  3. OP

    Mortiroloboy New Member

    Arrrrgghhh...What have I done LOL!!!!:becool: Rules are made to be broken?!:biggrin:;) Now just let me see, have I locked the door, locked the door, locked the door, hmm, must go back and check, go back and check, go back and check... is the shed door locked, is the chain on the big ring, are the valves at the bottom or the top...Oh no valves must be at the bottom, yes must be at the bottom, yes must be at the bottom...
  4. fossyant

    fossyant Ride It Like You Stole It!

    South Manchester
    Very nice indeed !
  5. stevenb

    stevenb New Member

    South Beds.
    Well spotted :biggrin:

    Nice bikes indeed. :biggrin:
    Your Zonda's really suit the bike. You just need my nice Shimano shoes to compliment the colour scheme of your bike now.:biggrin:
  6. Yes - yummy Zondas with neat blue tyres. Next time 'Motorola boy' (© bonj 2008 :becool: ) how about some blue bar tape?! (Flashing blue tape even:smile: )
  7. Nice bikes. My Wilier is being delivered on Wednesday - I can't wait!!!!:evil:
  8. OP

    Mortiroloboy New Member

    Which model are you getting? What I like about mine is apart from the obvious stuff, full carbon frame etc, lovely Campy Groupset, is that I haven't seen another one around, oh, apart from last years White Horse Challenge, when a guy cycled up beside me and said "nice bike mate" when I looked to see what he was riding and to return the compliment, I noticed he was on a Wilier Mortirolo too!
  9. I'm getting the Iozard Pro. Campy Centaur gruppo and lovely Fulcrum Racing 3 wheels. I've had to buy 'her indoors' new flooring for the kitchen to pacify her
  10. OP

    Mortiroloboy New Member

    Very nice too, you'll love it. I had to sign a contract stipulating that I wouldn't upgrade or buy another bike. I have already changed the OE
    wheels(Fulcrum R7's) for the Zondas it currently sits on...Oh well :evil:
  11. peterdowning

    peterdowning Über Member

    Like computer upgrades, in my experience, bike upgrades are easy to get past the other half. Unless I resprayed the frame a different colour she'd never notice!

    Actually, she's always been very good and let me get most of the things I need/want :evil:

    Love the Wilier Mortirolo. It's almost worth getting one just for the name.
  12. OP

    Mortiroloboy New Member

    Strictly speaking I was able to slip the wheels in under the wire, as they were funded by birthday money.

    Yes, the name is another point, it just sounds great doesn't it?! I love the Italian connection too.

    There is also a touch of irony, those who know me will confirm that my climbing ability still has room for improvement.

    As you'll all know,The Mortirolo is a monster of a climb often included in the Giro, which I am unlikely to ever tackle, but we can all dream.
  13. OP

    Mortiroloboy New Member

    Here's the mud plugger Trek 3700 in grey.[​IMG]
  14. OP

    Mortiroloboy New Member

    Hopefully, <fingers cossed> is the Giant SCR in its final incarnation, complete with Campag Veloce Groupset and Fulcrum R7's. The fulcrums came off my Wilier, the Groupset from Merlin Cycles.[​IMG]
  15. Joe24

    Joe24 More serious cyclist than Bonj

    Oooo nice:tongue:
    Would look alot better with the mudguards off though;)
    Oh, and sort out your front wheel squewer;)
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